Seville and its province are known for being one of the hottest places in Andalusia, especially when the heat is more intense during the summertime.
Opened in November 2004, it consists of several interactive rooms where the natural and cultural values of an increasingly degraded river are shown. The Centre also analyses the causes of this situation and possible solutions, based on a participatory approach for managing and planning the resources of the River Corbones sub-basin.
The Carlos III Bridge crosses the Guadaíra river on the stretch closest to the old town, where several roads converge since medieval times.
It is popularly known as the Roman Bridge because its construction, dated post 15th century, was built in a place where there is proof of an existing Roman structure, although it is not externally visible.
The bridge commonly known as “Dragon Bridge” was built as part of Alcalá de Guadaíra’s ring road,which links the A-92 motorway (Seville-Almería) with the A-392 Alcalá-Dos Hermanas road.
The Rivera de Cala is the main tributary of the Rivera de Huelva, into which it flows in the municipality of Guillena, after
The Sierra del Pimpollar and the Sierra Padrona, are two granite formations located one after the other. The orientation of the structures is northwest-southeast, as is the case throughout the Sierra Norte. Their altitudes are among the highest in the Natural Park at around 900 m.
A megalithic settlement and a necropolis formed by fourteen tombs were located to the east of the village. The tombs are lined along the River Guadiamar and nearby streams over nine kilometres.